CityCenter Las Vegas

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CityCenter Las Vegas
3.5
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3.5
141 reviews
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Very good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Martino B
Chelmsford, UK4,761 contributions
You got the strip and downtown
Aug 2018 • Business
If I had a choice I would always go fro the strip downtown sometimes feels unsafe there are many strange characters hanging around .
But it has to be seen out of 7 days I spend half a day downtown .
Written August 5, 2018
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The_Loup_Garou
Phoenix, AZ161,376 contributions
Why Is This Even Listed?
May 2018 • Solo
City Center is a “development,” plain and simple.

It is some hotels, some shopping, but is still, a development.

Other than maybe missing some time-share salesmen, I found zero to see, do, or to recommend. I am not sure why this is even listed?
Written May 31, 2018
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revmichaelg
Irving, TX193 contributions
Not what you think
Apr 2018 • Solo
City Center is a number of hotels crammed in one space next to each other. There is a tram that runs between them and several art displays. Very expensive hotels and options.
Written April 18, 2018
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dgdssdish d
Charlottetown, Canada1,130 contributions
Its supposed to be art?
Feb 2018 • Couples
Yes there is art but nothing the average joe would be interested in. Toss in many upscale retailers charging a lot for very little. Not really worth a stop.
Written February 12, 2018
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Josef B
Weiningen, Switzerland1,053 contributions
"Two in One"
Sep 2017 • Friends
For us there were two Las Vegas in Las Vegas. The one, glamorous around the Las Vegas Boulevard with the magnificent hotels and casinos such as The Bellagio Hotel, The Paris Las Vegas, The Caesars Palace just to name few of them. Everything seems to be game, luxury, magic and enchantment.
The other Las Vegas is in the Downtown in the Fremont Street, presenting a show business of another art with lot of extremely loud street music, comedians with various attractions and some of it with vulgar exhibitions.
However, Las Vegas could be also used as an excellent stepping stone to make daily visits to some of the closed National Parks such as Zion NP, Bryce Canyon NP, Grand Canyon NP, The Death Valley NP or the Hoover Dam.
Written November 3, 2017
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Kayleigh_M_Williams
Caerphilly, UK783 contributions
Worth a quick look !
Oct 2017 • Family
All pretty much surrounded by the strip. So much to do for everyone wether your young, old, family, singles, couples. As a family we found the mornings excellent to wander round and take in the sights. Much quieter and cooler for our baby.
Written October 16, 2017
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barry88
Hillsborough, NJ555 contributions
I don't get it
Aug 2017 • Couples
I mean, what is with all the art coming around in Vegas. We stayed in Aria, saw no one around this location each day. Is art cool, sure, but how many people are going to vegas for all these attractions. By the look of the lack of people not many. This was kind of useless to me.
Written August 23, 2017
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FLPats54
Ormond Beach, FL30 contributions
Interesting public art on display in a very upscale retail area
Apr 2017
I knew I wouldn't be spending any money shopping here because CityCenter is filled with high end designer wares but still wanted to see the unique architecture and art. We enjoyed the area with the water filled tubes; somehow the water in each tube is being spun at a high speed and lighted from below so the whirlpool effect in each tube resembles a tornado.
Written May 5, 2017
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Andrea B
Massillon, OH2,029 contributions
Very high end AKA expensive
Jan 2017 • Couples
The last time we were in Vegas (8 years ago or so), they were just starting on CityCenter, so we were looking forward to checking it out on our most recent trip (esp my husband). Well, it wasn't what we were expecting at all. Very disappointing. It was this huge, open mall.... that felt empty. And the stores that are there are well beyond our budget. So we walked in, did one loop, and walked back out. While it's clean, and new, and beautiful, I wouldn't waste my time. We won't be going there again.
Written April 18, 2017
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Craig M
Pleasanton, CA427 contributions
worth looking but hide your wallet from your lover
Apr 2017 • Couples
Great place to walk around and gt out of the heat. Check out some artwork. Check out all the ultra high end expensive stuff. Hopefully the lady friend doesn't feel like shopping. :)
Written April 17, 2017
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